Like Chief Joseph, sometimes we all feel oppressed by our own government,
Pastor CL Bryant
Editorial: Last Summer, I had dinner in Chicago with a great group of Americans. Pastor CL Bryant was there. He shared from his heart about freedom. He told me; " I'm having enough on my plate just trying to get the white folk to quit living on the government 'plantation'. It's not just a black struggle."
Today I studied the life of a great Indian Chief of the Nez Perce Tribe. Chief Joseph had a few things to say at Lincoln Hall, in 1879. He was greatly respected by all the chiefs under his authority. And he was a wise man. Many of his sayings now apply to all of us, as we live in a progressively less-free society...
"When I think of our condition, my heart is heavy. I see men of my own race treated as outlaws ...."
"Let me be a free man, free to travel, free to stop, free to work, free to trade where I choose, free to choose my own teachers, free to follow the religion of my fathers, free to talk, think and act for myself — and I will obey every law or submit to the penalty."
We recently moved our blog. Our archives are still partially stored at our old site.
David Van Risseghem is the Publisher of SoonerPolitics.org. The resource is committed to informing & mobilizing conservative Oklahomans for civic reform. This endeavor seeks to utilize the efforts of all cooperative facets of the Conservative movement...
David Van Risseghem is the Publisher of SoonerPolitics.org. It is committed to informing & mobilizing conservative Oklahomans for civic reform & restored liberty. We seeks to utilize the efforts of all cooperative facets of the Conservative movement...